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licenses today. fox 5's karen gray houston has a closer look. >> reporter: meet karen craning, resident of potomac, general manager of a furniture store sitting in the lobby of the license department at montgomery county circuit court. she thought this day would never come. >> so excited. i cannot believe this day is here. i cannot believe it. i've been waiting for a long time. >> reporter: her long time partner of 29 years shuns the spotlight and doesn't want to be identified. >> there's prejudice and people don't believe in who we are and what we stand for and unfortunately they don't want this to happen, but the people of maryland have spoken. >> reporter: a majority of maryland voters approved question 6 on the ballot in favor of same sex marriage effective january 1st. governor martin o'malley signed a proclamation thursday affirming that popular vote. attorney general doug gansler wrote a legal opinion last week that would allow gay couples to get a license before the 1st. >> it's very exciting. >> reporter: long time clerk of court loretta knight has seen a lot over the years
effect until january 1st. clerks began issuing licenses thursday. karen gray houston has a closer look. >> reporter: meet karen preening, resident of potomac, general manager of a furniture store. she thought this day would never come. >> so excited. i cannot believe this day is here. i cannot believe it. >> reporter: her long-time partner of 29 years shuns the spotlight and doesn't want to be identified. >> there is prejudice. people don't believe in who we are and what we stand for. unfortunately, they don't want this to happen. but the people of maryland have spoken. >> reporter: a majority of maryland vote are approved question six on the ballot in favor of same-sex marriage effective january 1st. governor martin o'malley signed a proclamation thursday affirming that popular vote. the sister-in-law wrote a legal opinion last week that would allow people to get a low pressure system before the 1st. >> lakeshore eight clark has seen a lot over the years, nothing quite like. this and says there are changes even in the license itself. >> this is the license that everyone will get as o
later oxygen tank number two blew up causing the number one tank to fail. >> houston we have a problem. forever linked to commander jim lovell. >> when the explosion occurred why not apollo 12414? i could not believe what was happening. then i said it is me. it is now. what i n
, oxygen tank two blew up causing oxygen tank one to fail. >> houston, we have a problem. >> houston we have a problem, words forever linked to commander jim loveville. >> when the explosion occurred i thought to myself, why me? why didn't i go on apollo 12 or wait to apollo 14. for a little while i couldn't believe what was happening and then all of a sudden i said, well it is me and it is now. so what's next? jon: jim lovell, one of my all-time heroes. you can catch the entire documentary, fox news reporting, fly me to the moon, airing this sunday 9:00 p.m. eastern time right here on fox news channel. heather: i will definitely tune in for that. that is a good one. you heard of pacemakers for the heart but how about one for the brain? a promises new break through offering hope to alzheimer's patients. >>> plus how do you like your cup of joe? these elephants help make one of the world's most exotic coffees. 50 bucks a serving. the coffee beans, that's a whole different story. stay tuned. ligations, but oblig. ligations, but oblig. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i rea
at wright university in houston, joining us now from houston. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> secretary baker, what do you think the government of assad, president assad might do with these chemical weapons? is he capable, likely to use them? >> well, i have no idea, charlie. but if there's evidence, if our intelligence community has evidence that they're beginning to mix the chemicals, that would be quite disturbing. if he did use them, it would not be the first time that a sect leader used them against his own people. that happened in 1980 when saddam hussein used them against the kurds. hopefully that will not happen. >> what should trigger the united states to act to stop him from using them? >> well, i think what the administration has done and is doing is the right course to follow. i think it's fine to put a marker down there and tell the government of bashar al assad that they better not use them. that does raise a credibility problem. any time the president of the united states threatens something, he better damn well be prepared to follow through with it. and the
york and a chilly 46 degrees. 79, mostly cloudy in houston and 53 mostly cloudy in denver. around the bay area, i think the worst we'll see is a couple of patches of dense fog this morning and by the afternoon a few passing high clouds. otherwise we are going to look at a lot of sunshine in between and the temperatures not too bad, 60s in san jose. 61 in milpitas and east bay running in the 50s and low 60s and in the central bay, temperatures mainly in the 50s and 60s too and the weekend looking better. temperatures mid-60s by sunday. maybe even a little bit warmer into monday. then slight chance of showers by the middle of next week. gianna franco you're big on the metal stuff. >> i'm a metallica stuff. i'm excited to see that they are part of the new millennium and social media. >>> jumping over to the freeways, good stuff as well. slight delays as you work your way westbound 580. on the flip side eastbound we have reports of construction still so we're seeing a bit of a back up as you work your through that area. not too far from there, we have reports of a hit-and-run accident
causing the number one tank to fail. >> houston, we have a problem. words that would be forever linked to the commander. >> when the explosion occurred i thought, why me? why not on apollo 12 or apollo 14 and i could thought believe what was happening and suddenly i said, well, it is me and it is now, so, what's next? >> what's next is amazing. and scary. 9:00 p.m., fox news. remember when we did heroic things at a time? one of greatest projects and most fun projects i have ever done on this wonderful network, you will watch and just be proud. see you then. uh... um... hm... umm... uh... oh ! the windows phone 8x by htc on verizon. it features easy to navigate live tiles that are simple to customize. just pin what matters most right to your homescreen. exclusively with data sense-- a feature that makes the most of you plan. only on verizon. you won't just find us online, you'll also find us in person, with dedicated support teams at over 500 branches nationwide. . because personal service starts with a real person. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our su
that was actually vibrant back then. >> i'd just gotten to compaq, just gotten to houston. i agreed to come out and talk. five minutes into the talk with him, i'm wanting to throw caution to the wind and come to apple. and the rest is history. >> tim cook's personal history starts to robertsdale, alabama, the son of a gulf coast shipyard worker. he went off to auburn and then to duke for an mba. among what little else we know about him, he's got a lot of bob dylan on his ipod and bobby kennedy was his hero. he still has his accent from the south. these days, he finds solitude in the west. for all the folks trying to get to know you and figure you out, where do you go when you need to go someplace? >> i work out. i'm in the gym about 5:00 a.m. every morning. if some free time, i go to a national park. i love getting in nature. and so these are the things that calm my mind and allow me to think clearly. that's what i do. >> this is kind of your television coming-out. and i'm glad you did this. does this mean you have reached a cruising altitude? >> there's no -- maybe for other ceos. there's no c
and houston and right here in dallas. we thought no better place to do it than to pitch a two-minute drill on the giant cowboys vision behind us here. but highlighting some of the great start-ups that are here. all the net job growth that's happened in the country in the last 30 years has happened from companies that are less than five years old. we're going to build these companies growing up all around the united states, they'll step up and bring america to the next game. that's what start-up america is all about helping these communities like texas raise their game and bring start-ups to the forefront. >> steve, you mentioned there was bisupport to create this organization. it is important to note no fund governmenting is behind it. >> this is a totally private sector effort to start-up america partners. the jobs act passed by partisan support and the need for bipartisan support around high-skilled immigration in particularpy half of the people coming to our universities for advanced degrees, ph.ds and masters are from other countries but all too often once we give them degrees we kick
. memphis, to dallas, to houston, to new orleans, to atlanta. all those numbers in the 60s and 70s. even raleigh and washington coming in with good temperatures. the bitter cold air stays north of the border. watch the temperatures drop. denver, 19 by sunday, 28 by monday. there's snow moving in. could be more than three inches of snow, moving in with this area. and even in dallas, by the time we get to the end of the weekend, to the first of the week, the outskirts of town could be picking up light snow with this cold air. you're 40 by the time we get to monday. chicago, if you get snow this weekend, then you won't have the longest stretch of no-snow days. if you don't get it this weekend, it is the longest stretch of no-snow days, since they've been keeping records in that area. this is the big hope to get some snow in to a big part of the country. you know, middle all that weather was brought to you by at&t. josh? elizabeth? george? lara? >> sam. >>> coming up, the brand-new, terrifying pranks that were pulled off in an elevator, get this, with cameras rolling. has reality television
us via skype from houston, bobby swan, the manager of the project here. in laymen's terms, tell us how this works. >> okay. hi, suzanne. one of the things we're working on is called the rad works project, and we're in a project that's looking at advances in radiation protection, detection and we have three elements to us. one is the radiation environment monitor, which is being used to detect -- it is a low cost -- i mean low cost, low power, low mass device to detect particles, charged particles. then we have the advanced neutron spectrometer or ams which we're using it again, low power, low mass, to detect neutrons in the environment. and then the third is the storm shelter. and with the storm shelter, it is where we're trying to figure out what logistics and things can we use on orbit and that's one of our options that we can create the -- the crew would have a safe haven or place to go to where they have a safer area from the effects of solar particles. >> want to bring in chad myers here, a space enthusiast. among other things, meteorologist, ask some questions as well. >> i a
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